Resorts World Genting – What Kids Food Ticks at SkyAvenue for March school holidays,

As the March school holidays approach, Resorts World Genting promises to be a hive of buzzing activity this month. The resort has pulled out all the stops to ensure a smashing time for all.

Plenty of special and unique activities are planned across the resort, including themed decorations and activities at the SkyTropolis Funland indoor theme park, the BigTop video games park, Snow World and Ripley’s Believe It or Not Adventureland. There will also be the global debut of the CBeebies & Friends – ‘It’s Party Time!’ stage musical at the Genting International Showroom, bringing the stars of the BBC’s childrens’ channel to vibrant life. Exploring and experiencing all these special treats is a feast for the senses…. and Resorts World Genting has ensured that there will be plenty of dining options so that the school holidays will also be a feast for the stomach.

Gerard Walker, Vice President of Food & Beverage, Resorts World Genting said, “Malaysians love their food and SkyAvenue is certainly a great representation of that with the variety of food we offer under one roof. Personally, one of the establishments that I would recommend most is Motorino, the first establishment in Malaysia from the brand hailing from Brooklyn that offers superbly authentic Neapolitan pizzas, perfect for sharing with the whole family that even the kids will love.”

What child doesn’t enjoy pizza? At Motorino – the famed New York pizza parlour from Brooklyn brought to Malaysia exclusively under Resorts World Genting – there is dough and cheese for everyone.  Families will be able to enjoy a special menu, the Family Feast that includes 1 pizza, 1 pasta, 1 chicken meatballs, 1 salad and 4 drinks. It’s a full and fulfilling meal that an entire family can enjoy which showcases the best of Motorino – authentic thin-crust wood-fired Neopolitan pizzas with over 20 types of lavish toppings, traditional Italian pasta recipes, bouncy and tangy meatballs, as well as salads made from the freshest ingredients.

For a taste that’s closer to home, families can indulge in a truly Malaysian restaurant this March school holidays at Madam Kwan’s. A storied establishment started by Kwan Swee Lian to serve elevated Malaysian hawker cuisine, Madam Kwan’s has been a national icon since 1977. The restaurant will be encouraging families to share in March, with four special set menus to choose from.  This include a starter, main course and dessert.

Start your meal with fried dumplings, satay, otak-otak or fried chicken wings and continue to choose from classic favourites such as Pan-Fried Tenggiri Fish, Curry Fish Head, Beef Rendang, Foo Yong Egg, Claypot Seafood Beancurd and Sambal Petai Prawns. Your meal will be finished off with cool desserts like Cendol or Sago Gula Melaka. For smaller groups, adults can choose from Madam Kwan’s iconic dish – nasi bojari as well as nasi lemak which is Malaysia national dish that all Malaysians are proud of, while the little ones will be able to tuck into a special kid’s menu. Designed to titillate the taste buds of those under 12 years old, kids can choose from Sausage Mac & Cheese, Chicken Rice, Wan Tan Mee, Chicken Popcorn and Mini Hor Fun, all served with healthy Mixed Fruits and yummy Marshmallows.

At the first Malaysian outlet of Tampopo at SkyAvenue, children will be treated to a customised kid’s menu that balances health, nutrition and delicious flavours. Tampopo has been voted as the Best Japanese Restaurant in Singapore by the Asia One People’s Choice Awards 2016, ensuring it will be a delightful meal for all patrons. Children will be able to choose from the best cuisine that Japan has to offer like Ebi Tempura + Chicken Katsu Ball + Tamago Yaki, Ebi Tempura + Takoyaki + Curry and Chicken Teriyaki Ramen. Each meal is served with a lovely soft-serve green tea ice cream. And if a cone isn’t enough, families can also indulge in Tampopo’s wide selection of desserts, including its famous Fruit Scoop Cake.

Dim sum gets cute at Wanhoi Yamcha. The elegant clatter of chopsticks and plates starts early at this modern Cantonese restaurant, and runs throughout the day into lunch and dinner. While dishes such as the Wanhoi BBQ Pork Belly, Crispy Ginger Chicken and Buttermilk Prawns are a feast for the whole family, children in particular will be taken by the special animal-shaped dim sum like the piggy Zhu Zai Bao (BBQ Pork Bun), Emoji-like Salted Egg Yolk Buns, Mouse Mochi and Birds In A Cage (Baked Pastry with Lotus Fillings). It’s a visual delight for the young and the young at heart at Wanhoi Yamcha this school holidays.

In addition to these special children menus, there is also a huge array of other food outlets and restaurants that will cater to all tastes this school holidays. From luscious surf and turf at Burger & Lobster to the best of the country at Malaysian Food Street, Resorts World Genting will be an exciting and delicious place to be this March school holidays.

For more information, please call +603 6101 1118 visit www.rwgenting.com.

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